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Parliament to convey for a debate over wiretapping scandal at extraordinary session

Greece’s Parliament will resume operation earlier than scheduled and before end of summer break after main opposition party SYRIZA  requested a plenary discussion on the wiretapping scandal that is shaking the conservative government of New Democracy and the Prime Minister. SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras submitted his request for a debated …

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Wiretapping scandal: Greek PM says “legal but an error,” blames “dark forces”

Ιn his address to the nation following the major wiretapping scandal, Greece’s Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said that that bugging the mobile of PASOK-KINAL leader Nikos Andoulakis was “legal” but  a mistake “politically.” In his 6-minute speech three days after the scandal broke out and a relaxed weekend in his …

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Wiretapping scandal: Greece’s Intelligence Service Chief, PM’s secretary step down

The head of Greece’s National Intelligence Service (EYP) and the secretary general of the Prime Minister’s office stepped down on Friday following persistent media reports of the wiretapping of the phone of a journalist as well as the leader of opposition party PASOK-KINAL. The first resignation was submitted by the …

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Vodafone manager Tsalikidis death in 2005 “was murder, not suicide” prosecutor finds

Thirteen years after the death of  Vodafone executive Kostas Tsalikidis, prosecutor has found that he was a victim of “a criminal action” rather that he had committed suicide. Justice has pressed homicide charges against one or more unknown persons  39-year-old Tsalikidis was found hanging in his apartment in March 9, …

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Communist KKE claims its phone at headquarters have been wiretapped

The Supreme Court has ordered an investigation into claims by the Greek Communist Party (KKE) on Thursday that the telephones at its central headquarters in Perissos have been wiretapped, as it frequently experiences crossed lines, notably involving the office phones of other parties. The government said that it will investigate …

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Lawsuit filed against ex FM Pangalos claiming Greece was tapping US-ambassadors

Once they belonged to the same political party, socialist PASOK. But now lawyer Agis Tatsis filed a law suit against his former socialist comrade for “exposing the country”. Just hours after former foreign Minister Theodoros Pangalos  claimed during a radio interview on Tuesday morning that “Greek intelligence service (EYP) was tapping US-ambassadors in Athens …

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